RANA Live at The Wetlands Preserve on 2001-06-12
1. Thank You For Sending Me An Angel >
2. Baby's Got a New Bike
3. I Got By
4. Legend of Zelda
5. Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You
9. Do I Have to Ask
10. Mandy Moore
11. American Woman**
1. If I Can't Turn to You (To Whom Can I Turn)
2. Ghetto Queen >
3. Out By Tracks
4. 900 Numbers^
5. Palace By the Sea
6. The Battle of 10 Dudes ->
7. God^ ->
9. Poop Jazz Fits Gerald
10. This Machine***
1. Crowd Noise
2. Sad Songs****
3. Weavin' Stephen##
4. Backstage Pass >
5. Carson Daly
6. Pop Life
7. Baker ->
8. Silver Not Gold
9. Your Brain Will Change
Collection RANABand/Artist RANAVenue The Wetlands PreserveLocation New York, NYSource SBDLineage SBD->DAT->CD->WAV->FLACTaped by Transferred by
* - with "Standing on the Verge of Getting It On" (Funkadelic) teases.
# - Dedicated to Andrew's father
** - Guess Who cover (also performed by Lenny Kravitz), first time played. Rodney, a janitor at Wetlands who was celebrating his birthday, guested on guitar and lead vocals.
^ - played faster than previous versions (that I know of).
*** - with "Push It" (Salt-n-Pepa) teases.
**** - Only Ryan and Scott were onstage; Scott played it on acoustic guitar for the first time.
## - Dedicated to the late Bobby Sheehan, former bassist for Blues Traveler on what would have been his 33rd birthday
% - with Matt vandalizing Ryan's drum kit.
November 28, 2005
A fun show.
This is from back when RANA was more of a jamband, and many of the songs here are no longer in their sets. It's not representative of their current sound, but it's rollicking, diverse, and adventurous, and a good place to start for those curious about what they sounded like in their Wetlands days. Of particular note is "Smile," a long instrumental that rivals any by the Allman Brothers and such.